Cyprus expected to scrap all entry restrictions tomorrow

By Lisa James
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Cyprus has scrapped COVID-related entry requirements, with no restrictions on visitors from 1 June.

Local media reports that, from tomorrow, travellers will no longer be required to show a valid vaccination certificate or a recovery certificate or a negative PCR or antigen test.

The update came in a written statement from the Transport Ministry.

Transport Minister Yiannis Karousos told a press conference the decision meant a return to normality for travel.

The UK Foreign Office has not yet updated its advice on the 1 June changes.

A decision on whether masks need to be worn inside airport terminals is expected to be announced shortly.

Mr Karousos said the Health Ministry is deciding whether airport terminals should be deemed ‘high risk’ or not.

In mid-April, Cyprus ditched the Cyprus Flight Pass for all arrivals and ended its country categories.

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